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Pleased and proud to say that Xamarin has posted a video of my presentation on Test Driven Development on their site. Evolve 16 was an incredible event, and it was tremendous fun to present there.
Part 9 in the Full Stack series in which Jon and I are building an entire application from conception to delivery that includes MVC3, ASP.NET, Silverlight and Windows Phone. Also available on Channel 9
Part 3 in the Full Stack series in which Jon and I are building an entire application from conception to delivery that includes MVC 3 ASP.NET, Silverlight and Windows Phone. Also available on Channel 9
We’ve come a long way in this series on Learning Xamarin, but we haven’t even begun to discuss Unit Tests, let alone Test Driven Development. There are lots of articles, books, Pluralsight courses, and other sources on why Unit Testing is not only a … Continue reading
Jon Galloway joins me in talking with Phil Japikse and James Bender of Telerik about Test Driven Development and related techniques. Telerik 30 Days of TDD Phil’s Blog Phil’s Telerik blog James’ Telerik Blog James’ Personal Blog Listen | Yet … Continue reading
Talking with Phil Japikse about Agile programming. An international speaker, Microsoft MVP, MCSD, CSM, and CSP, and a passionate member of the developer community, Phil Japikse has been working with .Net since the first betas, developing software for over 20 … Continue reading
Jon Galloway and I are embarking on the next phase of our Full Stack project and building a Pomodoro timer. We are (at lest for now) doing this using Test Driven Development. This immediately raised an interesting issue, which I … Continue reading
Windows Phone From Scratch #41 There has been some confusion about how to make the Silverlight Unit Tests work on Windows Phone. The latest release of the Silverlight Unit Tests comes with the Silverlight Toolkit, and it targeted at … Continue reading
I promised to post the slides I used during my SLHVP and Robust (MVVM/TDD) Silverlight Applications presentations. As noted at the time, they don’t stand on their own terribly well, and beyond that, they make extensive use of images that … Continue reading
Dateline 21-April-2010 St. Andrews Scotland The User Group meeting in Dundee (“Silverlight From Zero”) and in the shockingly beautiful city of Edinburgh (“Silverlight LOB Applications Development with MVVM and TDD”) both went very well. The turnout was good at Dundee … Continue reading
I am extremely pleased to say that thanks to the very hard work of Guy Smith-Ferrier, and the generosity of Microsoft UK, Microsoft Ireland, Microsoft User Group Support Services and Microsoft US, and the work and welcome of numerous user … Continue reading
This posting is part of the Silverlight HyperVideo Platform documentation and a Silverlight Mini-tutorial. The information in this posting, however, should be of interest to anyone writing meaningful Line of Business applications with Silverlight. The premise of the classic 1956 … Continue reading